Volume 8, Number 4, July 1996

Table of Contents

Contributors

pp. v-vi
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Articles

Violence and Awe: The Foundations of Government in Aphra Behn's New World Settings

pp. 437-452
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Marie-Jeanne Riccoboni en avance sur son époque?: Une lecture par l'abbé de La Porte

pp. 453-464
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Description and Tableau in the Eighteenth-Century British Sentimental Novel

pp. 465-484
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Literal and Literary Representations of the Family in The Mysteries of Udolpho

pp. 485-501
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General Tilney and Tyranny: Northanger Abbey

pp. 503-518
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Forum

Who Wrote What?: The Question of Attribution

p. 519
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Attribution: Some Practical Issues

pp. 519-522
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Attribution to Women

pp. 522-525
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Attribution and Sponsorship: The Delicate Case of Sterne

pp. 525-528
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"It Is Very Probable I Am Lord B———ke": Reflections on Fielding's Canon

pp. 529-533
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The Cusum Method: Escaping the Bog of Subjectivism

pp. 533-538
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Reviews

The Strange Surprizing Sources of "Robinson Crusoe." (review)

pp. 539-540
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Natural Masques: Gender and Identity in Fielding's Plays and Novels (review)

pp. 541-542
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Revealing Difference: The Fiction of Isabelle de Charrière (review)

pp. 543-544
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Abbé Prévost. Manon Lescaut (review)

pp. 544-545
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Living by the Pen: Women Writers in the Eighteenth Century (review)

pp. 545-547
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Women Writing about Money: Women's Fiction in England, 1790-1820 (review)

pp. 547-548
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The Business of Common Life: Novels and Classical Economics between Revolution and Reform (review)

pp. 548-549
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The Rise of the Gothic Novel (review)

pp. 549-551
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Reading Gothic Fiction: A Bakhtinian Approach (review)

pp. 551-552
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The Rise of Supernatural Fiction, 1762-1800 (review)

pp. 553-554
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